The Wu mastermind opens up about a variety of projects.
In an interview with Montreality, the RZA discusses, among other things, growing up, his favorite cartoon character, and his thoughts on the ODB hologram (he’s for it).
More importantly, he updates the Wu-Nation on the status of the group’s forthcoming — and final — album, A Better Tomorrow. Originally slated for a July release, the difficulty of corralling the notoriously flaky supergroup has pushed the album back to November, which would coincide with the 20th anniversary of Enter The Wu-Tang‘s November 9, 1993 release.
Additionally, his long-scuttled Bobby Digital “amateur film” might see release this year, and features never-before-seen footage of Ol’ Dirty Bastard and Method Man, among others. However, his unreleased album The Cure is less likely to see the light of day, although he says it may be revived as a book in the future. Watch the entire interview below.